2017 PCF Hallowen Bash, fun time for Pearl City community and their Ohana!

Nov 1, 2017 | PC Community

The Pearl City Foundation held their Annual Halloween Bash on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at the Momilani Community Center in Pearl City.

The community event featured a Trick or Treat Village with free candy for the keiki, keiki games and prizes, and a Halloween costume contest with prizes for first and second place. All costume contest participants received goodie bags.

We all had a great time last night at the PCF Halloween Bash! Mahalo to Pearl City Foundation Executive Director Breene Harimoto and PCF Programs Director Naomi Tully Ungacta for another outstanding job coordinating and presenting the Bash.

Also, mahalo to the PCF staff, PCF Board Members, Pearl City Community Association Board Members, Pearl City Lions Club, Pearl City High School staff and students, Representative Gregg Takayama, City Councilman Brandon Elefante, and many more community volunteers and sponsors who came together to make the event a safe and fun environment for our Pearl City community and their ohana to enjoy on Halloween Night at the Momilani Community Center.


Photo by Barry Villamil | [email protected]

Mahalo to Pearl City Foundation Programs Director Naomi Tully Ungacta,

and PCF Executive Director Breene Harimoto for being the guiding force in

presenting and hosting the annual Pearl City Foundation Halloween Bash to our

Pearl City residents, their ohana, and visitors to our community who come to enjoy

a fun, safe, and entertaining Halloween Night at the Momilani Community Center.